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SB 450: Criminal Justice


Criminal Justice; Deleting provisions relating to allowing specified elected officials to file an appeal to the Administration Commission if the governing body of a municipality makes a specified reduction to the operating budget of the municipal law enforcement agency; revising the prohibition on obstructing traffic by standing on the street, highway, or road; deleting provisions providing that a municipality has a duty to allow the municipal law enforcement agency to respond to a riot or an unlawful assembly in a specified manner based on specified circumstances; deleting a criminal penalty for an assault committed in furtherance of a riot or an aggravated riot, etc.

Effective Date: Upon becoming a law
Last Action: 10/19/2021 Senate - Withdrawn prior to introduction -SJ 26
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF

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  • Bill History

    Date Chamber Action
    10/13/2021 Senate • Filed
    10/19/2021 Senate • Withdrawn prior to introduction -SJ 26

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  • SB 450, Original Filed Version (Current Bill Version) Posted 10/13/2021 at 8:12 AM

    Bill Text:   Web Page | PDF
    Analyses:   None

    Related Bills (4)

    Bill Number Subject Filed By Relationship Last Action and Location Track Bills
    H 857 Criminal Justice Nixon Compare Last Action: 3/14/2022 H Died in Criminal Justice & Public Safety Subcommittee
    H 6113 Preemption to the State Eskamani Compare Last Action: 3/14/2022 H Died in Local Administration & Veterans Affairs Subcommittee
    S 1172 Criminal Justice Jones Compare Last Action: 3/14/2022 S Died in Judiciary
    S 1900 Preemption to the State Torres Compare Last Action: 3/14/2022 S Died in Community Affairs

    Citations - Statutes (20)

    Citation Catchline Location in Bill Location In Bill Help
    166.241 Fiscal years, budgets, appeal of municipal law enforcement agency budget, and budget amendments. Page 4 (pdf)
    316.2045 Obstruction of public streets, highways, and roads. Page 8 (pdf)
    768.28 Waiver of sovereign immunity in tort actions; recovery limits; civil liability for damages caused during a riot; limitation on attorney fees; statute of limitations; exclusions; indemnification; risk management programs. Page 12 (pdf)
    784.011 Assault. Page 29 (pdf)
    784.021 Aggravated assault. Page 30 (pdf)
    784.03 Battery; felony battery. Page 30 (pdf)
    784.045 Aggravated battery. Page 30 (pdf)
    784.0495 Mob intimidation. Page 31 (pdf)
    784.07 Assault or battery of law enforcement officers, firefighters, emergency medical care providers, public transit employees or agents, or other specified officers; reclassification of offenses; minimum sentences. Page 31 (pdf)
    806.13 Criminal mischief; penalties; penalty for minor. Page 33 (pdf)
    806.135 Destroying or demolishing a memorial or historic property. Page 33 (pdf)
    810.02 Burglary. Page 33 (pdf)
    812.014 Theft. Page 36 (pdf)
    836.115 Cyberintimidation by publication. Page 40 (pdf)
    870.01 Affrays and riots. Page 40 (pdf)
    870.02 Unlawful assemblies. Page 42 (pdf)
    870.03 Page 43 (pdf)
    870.07 Affirmative defense in civil action; party convicted of riot. Page 43 (pdf)
    872.02 Injuring or removing tomb or monument; disturbing contents of grave or tomb; penalties. Page 43 (pdf)
    921.0022 Criminal Punishment Code; offense severity ranking chart. Page 44 (pdf)

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